The New Yorker Redux (Series Review: “The New Yorker Presents”)

Arguably the most clever magazine on the planet makes its debut onto the streaming-sphere as only it could, with a visually beguiling mix of quirky charm and razor-sharp journalism. Continue Reading →


The Human Component (Film Review: “Ex Machina”)

A provocative glance into the outer realms of artificial intelligence tests the imagination while blurring the line between humanity and hardware in the smart, sexy thriller Ex Machina. Continue Reading →


Return to the Fatherland (Film Review: “After The Wedding”)

A subtle family potboiler that reverberates with suspense and surprises, After The Wedding is proof positive that Danish film is alive and well worth the subtitles. Continue Reading →



Sorrow & Terror Meet Little Red Riding Hood (Film Review: “Don’t Look Now”)

“My daughter is dead, Laura. She does not come peeping with messages back from behind the grave! Christine is dead. She is dead. Dead, dead, dead, dead, dead!” Continue Reading →


Must Love Huskies (Film Review: “Eight Below”)

“If you go any further South, you’ll fall off the planet. . . ” Continue Reading →


What’s the Return Policy on My Wife? (Film Review: “I Do: How to Get Marries & Stay Single”)

I Do: How To Get Married & Stay Single (Prete-moi ta main) is yet another in a long line of delightful French comedies that I simply cannot resist, and no matter my mood, they simply … Continue Reading →